Climate Agreement Mobility

The UN programme for the electromobility of environmental people will involve all global players in electromobility through partnerships. Click here to see the SDG 13.1 electromobility partnerships to build resilience and adaptability to climate and natural disasters in all countries. The agreement is based on the principle that reducing CO2 emissions must be achievable and affordable for all. The government is therefore working to implement a cost-effective transition that minimizes the financial impact on budgets and implements measures to fairly distribute financial burdens between citizens and businesses. Another key element of the agreement is that the Netherlands makes the best use of the time available until 2050: steps are taken step by step to ensure that nothing should be done in a hurry. In addition, we will take the cheapest and safest approach for the future. Based on the first success of COP21 and the approval of the Paris Agreement, PPMC has decided to broaden its initial scope by turning away from the ambitious implementation of the Organization, by developing the Global Macro Roadmap (GMR) as a workable vision for decarbonised and resilient mobility by 2050. This approach was highlighted at COP22 as a “discussion paper” approved by the UNFCCC as part of the Global Climate Change Agenda (later the Marrakesh Partnership for Global Climate Action), with the active support of the two high-level climate champions. The PPMC will continue its public relations on sustainable, low-carbon and resistance transportation through a series of common messages on mobility, climate and sustainable development. Partners and other interested groups will develop a number of knowledge products and disseminate them to stakeholders on climate change and sustainable development. In addition, the PPMC will lead a series of official and informal secondary events on sustainable mobility and climate change.

The PPMC supports other initiatives on transportation and climate change. These include transport initiatives under the Marrakesh Partnership for Global Climate Policy (GCA) and the MPGCA`s transport events at the COP. The CMPP played an important role in the role of transportation at COP21`s LPAA theme day, which convenes transport initiatives at COP22, COP23 and COP24, and will continue to do so in the years to come. The green mobility objective proposes three sub-goals for each of the three key dimensions: climate protection, air pollution and noise pollution.

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